"Somehow 25 lead-tipped bullets got mixed in with the rubber bullets, six of which were fired and three struck the people who suffered in the incident," Lodz police spokesman Witold Kozicki told Reuters by telephone.
Police said they did not fire the remaining live bullets, after realising their mistake.
The Lodz shooting occurred a week after a still unresolved incident in the western city of Poznan in which a young motorist, mistaken for a wanted criminal, was shot dead by undercover policeman during a raid.
osugrad21 said:There ya go...thought I would set the table for you bro<!-- / message -->
The Origin of Polish "stupidity". The Polish people were among the last Europeans to be industrialized, and were, in fact, largely still utilizing a feudal system into the 20th century. The more advanced and educated Prussian, Lithuanian, Swedish and Germanic people found the Poles to be a very simplistic people during their encounters with them. This has NOTHING to do with the intelligence of the people-just their comparable lack of education and sophistication, combined with an agricultural economy linked to the innefficient feudal system.In other words, why are Poles considered stoopid
MililaniBuckeye said:"Pollock" jokes were around well before WWII, so the Polish attack on German tanks while on horseback has nothing to do with it. In Hawaii, the Portuguese are the brunt of stupidity jokes, essentially "Hawaiian Pollocks".